The 7 Deadly Sins of Backup and Recovery
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Business systems have evolved into critical elements of conducting normal, day-to-day business. Backup and recovery systems for an organization should not only be flexible and robust enough to restore user data quickly and accurately, but also entire systems and applications to prevent minimal downtime.

This white paper provides insight into ways to avoid the seven most common missteps that organizations make in setting up disaster recovery or business continuity plans. Any one of these mistakes has the potential to introduce fatal failures into a company’s business system continuity plans. Read on to discover details of each mistake and find out ways to avoid them.

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